New York & Opening Day

New York (locally ) is a state in the Northeastern region of the United States. New York is the 27th-most extensive, the 3rd-most populous, and the 7th-most densely populated of the 50 United States. Opening Day is the day on which professional baseball leagues begin their regular season. 5.0/5

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Here's feature I wrote on Michael Paez after '16 draft. He homered on Opening Day in Columbia (minus TEBOW fanfare): ht…
This marks TWO years in a row I've been selected in the Opening Day / New York drawing THANK YOU
New York Yankees 2, HOUSTON ASTROS 6 FINAL Four-run first inning gives Astros commanding lead; Yankee offense held in check HOUSTON -- The spring encouraged CC Sabathia that he was back to his bulldog ways, saying that he felt "fantastic" coming into the season. Those positive vibes evaporated quickly for the Yankees, who were handed a 6-2 Opening Day loss by the Astros on Tuesday at Minute Maid Park. Making his 11th career Opening Day start and sixth straight for New York, Sabathia was thumped for six runs in the first two innings, serving up home runs to Jesus Guzman and L.J. *** before settling in to save the bullpen by stringing together four scoreless innings. "It's tough, but it's a long year," Sabathia said. "I have a lot of starts left. After the second inning, I felt like I threw the ball a lot better. I got some swings early in the count and was still able to go six innings. I just have to be better next time out." Derek Jeter's final Opening Day had an inauspicious beginning. The Yankees' cap . ...
Opening Day for Seattle Mariners baseball vs The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Haven't missed an Opening Day Game since 2004 when I was in New York and Seattle hasn't lost an Opening Day game since that day Felix Hernandez on the mound tonight He will be willing and dealing all night shutting the Angels down with ease Can't wait to see Robinson Cano carry is back to the Playoffs for the first time since 2001 Can you tell that I am excited Let's go Mariners Give us some meaningful baseball for once well into August instead of being out after April of May
Nothing better than Opening Day for Major League Baseball! Unfortunately I have to watch the Mets or that other team, the Boston Red Sox. Anyway it's baseball and Mikey loves baseball..Tomorrow the real team plays...GO New York Yankees! And the guy singing the National Anthem at the Orioles/Red Sox opening day game just busted some blood vessels in his neck and I think he has a strained scrotum!
must be nice Mets fans seeing the apple raised on Opening Day.ahhh baseball in New York...but Im still Boogie Down Bronx over Queens!
Oakland's streak of nine straight Opening Day losses is the longest current and tied for the longest ever -- with the New York Giants and the Atlanta Braves ... So, do I root for the A's -- and Sonny Gray -- to lose and get the Braves out of that ugly 'longest ever' position? Hmmm ...
Stephen Strasburg will take the mound on Monday afternoon in New York to start yet another Opening Day for the Nationals.
It's officially opening day for the New York baseball Metropolitans... At 1:10 this afternoon Dillon Gee takes the mound facing Stephen Strasburg and the Washington Nationals. He becomes only the 23rd pitcher in Mets franchise history to have an Opening Day start on the hill...Congratulations Mr. Gee...It's a privilege and an honor to start on Opening Day so make it count...Hopefully today is the start to another exciting summer of baseball in Queens...Let's Go Mets!!!
Adios, New York. Next time I see you I'll be stocked with jello shots heading to Queens for my favorite day: Opening Day!
Crude Falls to Two-Week Low as Dollar Rises on Fed. West Texas Intermediate crude fell to a two-week low as the dollar rose on expectations the Federal Reserve will trim its monthly bond purchases in September and on concern that China’s cash squeeze may curb its economic growth. Prices capped the first weekly loss in three as the Dollar Index reached a two-week high. About 44 percent of economists in a Bloomberg survey June 19-20 saw the Fed tapering stimulus, compared with 27 percent June 4-5. China’s one-day repurchase rate touched a record yesterday, prompting speculation the central bank was forced to pump liquidity. “The dollar strength is definitely weighing on prices,” said John Kilduff, a partner at Again Capital LLC, a New York-based hedge fund that focuses on energy. “Crude oil is coming down because the Fed is reducing its support. There is a lot of concern over the situation in China and this potential disruption within China’s banking system.” WTI for August delivery dropped $1 ...
A DOOR WILL OPEN FOR YOU TOO.(MUST READ) This is one of the SADDEST stories ever told in Hollywood. His name is Sylvestar Stallone. One of the BIGGEST and Most famous American Movie superstars. Back in the day,Stallone was a struggling actor in every definition. At some point,he got so broke that he stole his wife's jewellery and sold it. Things got so bad that he even ended up homeless. Yes,he slept at the New York bus station for 3 days. Unable to pay rent or afford food. His lowest point came when he tried to sell his dog at the liquor store to any stranger. He didnt have money to feed the dog anymore. He sold it at $25 only. He says he walked away crying. Two weeks later,he saw a boxing match between Mohammed Ali and Chuck Wepner and that match gave him the inspiration to write the script for the famous movie,ROCKY. He wrote the script for 20 hours! He tried to sell it and got an offer for $125,000 for the script. But he had just ONE REQUEST. He wanted to STAR in the movie. He wanted to be the MAIN AC ...
On this day in 1961, Bob Dylan played his first major live show, in New York, opening for John Lee Hooker
Opening Day is shaping up to be a fantastic one in New York with the Yankees lineup collapsing like Lincoln Logs...
Newspaper story-around 1980-1..by Paul Post..Title..Hall Of Fame 'Stats' Go Beyond The Field.. New York- Jack Scarangella can play at Yankee Stadium anytime he wants, without ever being in the lineup. George Steinbrenner would never put him in pinstripes, yet he comes and goes without so much as a ticket stub.His days off will be lonier now that the season's over. But there's he'll be back in April when the Yanks take the field on Opening Day. To say Scarangella beats to a different drum is an understatement. He plays his own- on a world class scale with the likes of Bruce Springsteen. Through the years however, he's helped put alittle rhythm in the lives of former Yankees such as Ron Guidry, Willie Randolph, and Shane Rawley, all of whom have learned music from this part-time percussionist, full-time Yankee fan. '' Visiting players would come in and watch me and Ron drum, throughout the year. We'd put on Phil Collins to James Brown'' said Scarangella, a protege' of the late, but legendary Buddy Rich. '' ...
For the third consecutive year, the Boston Red Sox will have a new Opening Day starting shortstop. Who that player is come April 1 in New York remains to be seen, but it won't be Mike Aviles. With Boston hiring former Toronto manager John Farrell to run the club in 2013 and beyond, Aviles will repor...
President Obama's brief appearance comes six weeks before the presidential election World leaders are gathering in New York for a UN General Assembly likely to be dominated by Syria, although it is not formally on the agenda. Discussions are also expected to centre on Iran's nuclear programme and the video that has prompted anti-US protests across the Muslim world. President Barack Obama is due to focus on the Middle East when he gives one of the opening speeches on Tuesday. His address comes six weeks before the US presidential election. But it is not to be seen as a campaign speech, according to White House spokesman Jay Carney. "I would expect the president to address the recent unrest in the Muslim world and the broader context of the democratic transitions of the Arab World." 'Extremely bad' Syria's 18-month conflict is not formally on the UN General Assembly's agenda but it is likely to be addressed by several speakers on the opening day, including UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, French President ...
"It's Opening Day of the U.N in New York...Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is here. He says he hates *** people and he hates Jews. Boy is he in the wrong town." –David Letterman
The Master, the latest staging post in the extraordinary cinematic journey of director Paul Thomas Anderson, looks set to break box office records for an arthouse release after it opened to packed houses in New York and Los Angeles. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the film has already set a new record for most money taken on a single day in an art cinema – grossing $242,127 across five LA and New York venues to give an average of $48,425. That breaks the previous record established by Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom, which took an average of $43,082 on its opening day last year.
On This Day In Baseball History: 1889 - John Clarkson pitches and wins both games of a doubleheader for Boston over Cleveland, allowing just 10 hits total in the 3 - 2 and 5 - 0 victories, which put Boston two games ahead of New York in the race. 1900 - The Chicago White Stockings roll by Cleveland, 12 - 4, to clinch the American League's first pennant. The AL is still considered a minor ... league, but will change its status before next season. 1903 - Boston's Tom Hughes defeats the Highlanders, 10 - 1, for his 20th win of the year. 1907 - In a 2 - 0 win against the Highlanders at Hilltop Park, Washington's Walter Johnson strikes out five batters, though it will be recorded as four K's. Researchers in the 1990s will find the extra K, resulting in Johnson's lifetime total of 3,509. The issue crops up again on Opening Day, 2001, when Roger Clemens ties (or beats) the mark. 1908 - In the dogfight for the American League pennant, the White Sox play their 4th straight extra-inning game at Detroit, a total of ...
Mon. Evening game - [St. Louis] Barking Macaws 10 Chicago 4 WP - 1905 Addie Joss (1-0) Save - 1963 Jim Umbricht - 2007 Livan Hernandez (0-1) star - BM rf 1956 Hank Aaron (.500-1 HR-4 RBI-4 R) - Aaron has started hot. This evening Aaron hit his first HR and drew 2 Walks in 3 AB, scoring 3 Runs. Oddly, it was one of the Walks that fed BM's 7-Run 1st Inning Rally. Livan Hernandez never made it out of that Inning. BM brought 12 Batters to the Plate. So, Aaron scored the 2nd Run after his Walk, then flied out to cf with runners at Second & Third, ending the Inning. Standings - BM (2-1) recover from their Opening Day loss to win the Series. They are tied with New York for 2nd in NL Central, 1 GB undefeated Montreal (3-0). San Diego (1-2) rounds out the Division. outlook - BM's first Road Trip will take them to Petco Park for 3 games at the San Diego (0-3) team in NL West. That is the team that Montreal swept in their Opening series.
Tues. Afternoon game - [Chicago] New York 6 Ubiety 2 WP - 1886 Jocko Flynn (1-0) LP - 1907 Addie Joss (0-2) star - NY p Jocko Flynn - 8 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 W, 2 K - W. Standings - Ubiety (3-2) loses for the first time since Opening Day. Ubiety has an early 1 Game Lead on the other teams in AL West. outlook - If you are in 1st Place and Addie Joss (0-2) looks like the weakness in the Roster, then life is good --- even if it is only the first weekend of the season.
One of my fonder memories of teaching in the South Bronx: "The fierce eyes of my students suddenly melt away and become childlike, their knuckles going white as they grip the sides of their desks. They all look up at me as the school begins to shake, the fear palpable as they, for once, look to their teacher to explain what is happening. This was perhaps the fear of kids who grew up in Yemen, Liberia, Lebanon. Places where bombs actually fall on stupid little schools filled with stupid little kids. When the roar of the jets subsided, I explain: “Opening day, kiddies.” I then turn on the radio, and we listen as Johnny Damon, brought to New York from Boston for fifty-two million over four years, gets all over a hanging slider and doubles his first at-bat in pinstripes. I looked to the eyes of my kids again, and the once palpable fear was replaced with something more like hope." -From an old essay, "The Bronx Cheer," sometime in the summer of 2006.
Racing retreats to the great Mohawk Valley and the Pacific Coast of California beginning on July 18 at lovely, crowded Del Mar Track- a tee shot off the beach, Del Mar is an ever popular destination for vacation people and youthful types full of $$$ and eager to play both the ponies and the friendly vibes of Southern California- Del Mar is much too busy for my bumpkin *** as I prefer the solitude of the empty grandstands of Suffolk Downs or a meditative contemplation in Altoona, Iowa for my racing experiences -these days- the grand opera of US racing comes together at Saratoga Track, whose storied history virtually is the tale of the sport here in America, as just about everybody who is anybody has spent a summer or two upstate New York- It may be that Zenyatta never showed her skills up at the spa, but most of the smashers have- the best racing stables and the most fancy trainers and jockeys will no doubt be there during the Saratoga 2012 season- the centerpiece is the Travers Stakes- “the mid-summer ...
1 day until the New York opening night of the Paris Opera Ballet at Lincoln Center in New York City!
TODAY IN BASEBALL HISTORY: 1923 In front of over 72,000 fans, Yankee Stadium opens with Babe Ruth hitting the park's first home run, two-run homer off Red Sox hurler Howard Ehmke, which helps beat Boston, 4-1. The new $2.5 million ballpark is the first to feature three decks. 1929 The Yankees become the second team to wear numbers on uniforms when their Opening Day game postponed is by rain, givng the Indians the distinction of being first to don the digits. New York's numbers are assigned based on the order in the lineup thus Earle Combs wore Mark Koenig Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Bob Meusel Tony Lazzeri Leo Durocher Johnny Grabowski Benny Bengough and Bill Dickey (8-10 are all catchers) rounding out the starting line-up. 1939 Red Barber calls the action in the first regular-season Dodger game ever to be broadcast in Brooklyn, a 7-3 loss to New York. 1947 On-deck batter George Shuba shakes Jackie Robinson’s hand as the rookie crosses home plate after hitting his first major league home run. The gesture beco ...
Today In Baseball History: 1929 On Opening Day, the Indians become the first team to wear numbers on the the back of their jerseys on a permanent basis when they edge Detroit at League Park, 5-4. The Tribe beat the Yankees in becoming the first team team to don digits on a regular basis when the Bronx Bombers' contest against Boston is washed out in New York. 1940 On a cool day at Comiskey Park, the White Sox team batting average does not change as Indian fireballer Bob Feller hurls an Opening Day no-hitter beating Chicago, 1-0. Each South-sider started and ended the game with a .000 BA. 1940 On Opening Day, Franklin D. Roosevelt's errant ceremonial first pitch smashes a Washington Post camera. The Chief Executive is not charged with a wild pitch as Red Sox hurler Lefty Grove blanks the Senators, 1-0. 1946 Prior to the Senators 6-3 loss to the Red Sox at Griffith Stadium, Harry Truman becomes the first President to throw the ceremonial first pitch left-handed. On Opening Day in 1950, the southpaw comma ...
Joe Girardi and Joe Maddon play game of chess in bizarre Opening Day game ... - New York...
Today in baseball history- 1984 For the first time in ten years, the Mets lose on Opening Day bowing to the Reds, 8-1. The last time the team drop a season opener was in 1974 when Mike Schmidt hit a two-run walk-off home run off Tug McGraw giving the Phillies' a 5-4 victory over New York at Veterans Stadium.
Mets ace Johan Santana passed through his last obstacle of the spring with no issues, ESPN New York's Adam Rubin reports. Santana is expected to start on Opening Day for the team.
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